Renda Writer

(8/17/78 / NYC)

Renda Writer - Go Time

And so the mood for the day has been set
I've been left alone

Finding the task of finding me
To be blindingly tough

Even though sometimes continually trying sucks
And I've cried enough
I still keep climbing up
That's why I'm rising up
To find out what
Matters most to me

It's this

It's mostly this
That puts me in motion quick
And so I'm devoted to it
I'm focused with it
I go with it
And keep going
Can't look back
I'm going quick

The motion is quick
Even over broken bits
And rough terrain
It's all conjured up in the brain

But the heart was the starting point
I'm starting to point
My finger in the mirror
As I say

'Right on! '

Then I write on
The mirror
I sign
My name and the date

Renda Writer

It's go time

Submitted: Saturday, January 17, 2009
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